The observations: UGC galaxies

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DATE: April 2002

Name Description Scope Date
UGC 11199 large, bright; non-stellar nucleus, just a little bit brighter (9) 400 f/5 29.06.00
UGC 11219 moderately large, round; faint - OBJECT #100 (9) " 24.09.00
UGC 11228 stellar nucleus, round central part, diffuse outer part, elongation 1:2 suspected (5.2). Gx in (22) obvious " 13.09.99
UGC 11232 very faint glow. Elongation? (9) " 20.05.01
UGC 11249 difficult, faint, little condensed " 20.05.01
UGC 11257 easy, large, bright, little condensed (22) " 20.05.01
UGC 11259 eef, limit of detection " 20.05.01
UGC 11260 small, round, bright, condensed " 20.05.01
UGC 11264 large, faint, no contrast, not condensed (9, 14) " 24.09.00
UGC 11265 bright nucleus with difficult disk " 20.05.01
UGC 11268 large, faint; faint stars in surrounding irritating; diffuse, non-condensed; undefinable structure (5.2) " 11.09.99
UGC 11278 small, round, stellar nucleus (5.2) " 07.08.99
UGC 11281 extended glow, "interacting" with a  group of stars (14); N-S elongation suspected; non-stellar core (5.2) " "
UGC 11291 faint galaxy close to star (9) " 14.08.01
UGC 11296 faint, round, large, little condensed, star involved (9) " 24.09.00
UGC 11303 large, faint glow, mottled (9) " 08.09.99
UGC 11312 very small, faint (9); bright, compact, non-stellar nucleus (5.2) " 07.08.99
UGC 11313 faint, round glow. stellar nucleus ? (9) " "
UGC 11325 400x required. very small, faint. round? (5.2) -- 
elongated 1:4; bright. Bright and well-condensed inner part; diffuse edge (5.2)

"
17.06.99 
16.09.99
UGC 11327 elongated glow at limit of detection. star is close (9) " 16.09.99
UGC 11329 structureless, extended glow at very limit " 03.11.99
UGC 11333 small glow " 08.09.99
UGC 11341 large, faint, little condensed, diffuse edge, structure unsecure (9) " 11.09.99
UGC 11368 very bright, star involved
very bright, bright nucleus
"
"
14.08.01
15.08.01
UGC 11370 very difficult " 14.08.01
UGC 11371 glow near a star
large, oval, difficult. Not much brighter to the middle
"
"
14.08.01
15.08.01
UGC 11372 long edge-on at very limit (5.2) " 02.09.99
UGC 11380 large ! bright, round, non-stellar core; 1:4 elongated outer part (PA 0°) (5.2) remarkable (14) " 16.09.99
UGC 11397 small, round, bright, compact nucleus, diffuse edge (9); in (14) quite obvious " 17.06.99
UGC 11404 very small ! bright, ~round (5.2) -- 
very small, attached to star

"
05.09.99 
09.09.99
UGC 11406 large, faint; difficult due to close stars; little brighter to the middle (9) " 25.08.00
UGC 11408 moderately large, weakly condensed, diffuse edge, slightly elongated (9) " 27.06.00
UGC 11420 close to star; round disk; little brighter to the middle (9) " 25.08.00
UGC 11426 bright !; round; disk (22); compact, bright nucleus, stellar nucl. susp. (9) " 19.09.00
UGC 11428 large ! low contrast, ~round (9, 14) " 05.09.99
UGC 11430 diffuse, round, low-condensed gx, bright " 15.10.99
Lyra 1 As bright as UGC 11259; name:2MASXiJ1830077+335414; Ref.: Magellan 3/2001 " 25.05.01
Lyra 2 difficult; indirect; elongated at 338; pronounced nucleus name: 2MASXiJ1830077+335414; Ref.: Magellan 3/2001 " 23.06.01
Given in round brackets is the focal length of the eyepiece. "--" denotes a separation between to different days. "spotty" means, that something changes with time, for example the appearance (that's of course a physiological effect). "disky" means something like "little extended glowing body" and is a bad translation from German into English.
 


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